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SXC Health Solutions Awarded The Pharmacy Benefit Management Institute's 2009 Innovation Award
Date:3/5/2009

program's goal is to turn around a state that perennially ranked as one of the unhealthiest in the country by getting its citizens to exercise more, watch their weight and quit smoking. EBD has encouraged state and public school employees to participate in this initiative with various incentives and programs targeted to promote healthy behaviors.

"We are very proud that PBMI has chosen SXC for this prestigious award and view it as further validation of our commitment to working in partnership with our clients to reduce their healthcare costs," said Mark Thierer, President and CEO of SXC. "Over the course of this relationship, Integrail has provided analytical insight that has supported informed decision making within EBD with regard to benefit design and clinical support. We are delighted that SXC and the state are continuing to work together to improve care, reduce health risk, and contain cost while assisting the state to achieve its Healthy Arkansas Initiative."

This is the second time in three years that SXC has received a PBMI award. The Company previously received the Rx Benefit Innovation Award in 2007 for RxPortal, a web-based application that keeps health plan members informed about their prescription benefit programs.

About Integrail

Integrail, a division of SXC Health Solutions, is dedicated to helping its customers understand and manage healthcare resources through its software application, analytics, and advisory services. Founded in 1998, Integrail has over ten years experience in integrating medical and pharmacy claims data on behalf of health plans, government organizations, employers and physician groups. The core of the Integrail product line is an advanced set of comprehensive tools for integrating medical and pharmacy claims data. By leveraging our unique proprietary business logic, risk prediction and episode profiling expertise, Integrail enables a wide array of users in healthcare payer and pr
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